There’s been one simple question at the heart of this series of Line of Duty: why did Roz cover up what happened in Tim Ifield’s flat? The answer provided in this last episode is far from satisfactory, with Jed Mercurio falling into the same trap as Broadchurch writer Chris Chibnall. Roz Huntley knows from herContinue reading “Line of Duty series four, episode six: is that it?”
Hopes that this series would stand alone are dashed when Are-nott returns to work and starts making connections with the death of Jackie Lafferty – remember her?
Shock, horror: Kate’s been rumbled. Who would have thought that acting shifty 24/7, staring at the target from elevated windows and openly talking to her colleagues about potential corruption would prove to be an unsuccessful undercover strategy?
Is another innocent person being drawn into the frame, or is there more to Tim Ifield’s death than we were led to believe? Also: sob!
Things have gone very silly very early on, but a cracking interrogation scene reminds us of what Line of Duty does best.
A thrill ride of an opening episode raises interesting questions about corruption and conspiracy (or lack thereof), and culminates with a cliffhanger worthy of Breaking Bad.